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“There was nothing like that finger pinch,” Beeler said, recalling the pain any player will remember from Atari arcade football — the leather helmet, single-wing era equivalent to today’s vastly more sophisticated Madden NFL video games.
Most games in the Coin Operated Gaming Hall of Fame are dinosaurs by today’s Play Station or Xbox standards, which is part of the point, Akin said.
The Pennsylvania Coin Operated Gaming Hall of Fame and Museum was recently featured in a major story in the Beaver County Times. Very big thanks to writer Scott Tady and all at the Beaver County Times for this great article!
You an read it online at these links, or read the text below: Beaver County Times (Subscription Required): CLICK HEREImages: CLICK HERE ___________________________________________________________ HOPEWELL TWP. Hundreds of vintage arcade video games, stacked side-by-side like casino slot machines, beckoning to be played again.
June 9, 2017 – “Historic Cunningham House turret tops new Beaver structure” – June 2017 – The Heritage Museum opens a new exhibit, “Perception: Seeing Life Through the Eyes of Young Artists,” featuring the works of local high school students.
In the late 1990s, Beeler played bass guitar for the power-rock trio Ashes to Ashes, one of those should-have-made-it-bigger rock bands Pittsburgh long has produced.
He discovered western Pennsylvania is a treasure trove for vintage arcade games, many of them once stationed in blue-collar bars — in some cases as a decoy from backroom video poker games illegally paying out gambling money.
There’s no “Game Over” for the unstoppable march of technology, as rudimentary games like Space Invaders soon became obsolete, while home video consoles and games with far more elaborate graphics grew widely popular.
Accepting on behalf of the Heritage Foundation are, L-R: David O’Leary, Mark Miner and Charles Copeland. 12, 2017 – “Beaver Station wins statewide award for local preservation work” – Aug.
12, 2017 – A free concert by the Granati Brothers and displays of vintage automobiles, Beatles and Pittsburgh sports memorabilia highlight a Heritage Foundation 50th anniversary celebration. 2017 – A plaque is placed near the Belvedere at Beaver Station so visitors may learn of the history behind the beautiful structure. 6, 2017 – “Party like it’s 1967 with the Granati Brothers in Beaver” – July 4, 2017 – The Heritage Foundation hosts its annual Concert in the Park in Irvine Square.“You’re reliving your youth,” the museum’s curator Ed Beeler, said, surrounded by his 413 old-school arcade games rescued from warehouses, including such pioneering time-occupiers as Space Invaders, Centipede, Asteroids, Frogger, Donkey Kong and Pac-Man. art you can play,” said the museum’s vice president and fellow gaming buff Chris Akin.